A Bientot

In the words of the great Winnie the Pooh “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”

How true. Last night I had to say goodbye, for now, to my mom who hopped on a plane back to the east coast. We had a fabulous time together, exploring the city – seeing some of my favorite places and visiting new spots that I have never even seen. (Definitely check out my list of great places in San Francisco below for not to miss places on your next Bay Area vacation).

I love living here, but here is miles and miles away from my family, who I am very close with. We do a great job of seeing each other every few months and we always have a great time when we get together, but it doesn’t make it any easier to say goodbye.

So thanks mom, for the past few days of adventures and memories, I can’t wait till we are all together again.


San Francisco Must Dos:

Sutro Baths

Walk/shop the Marina and Hayes Valley Neighborhoods

Crissy Field

Academy of Sciences (on Thursday Night)

De Young Museum observation tower

Long walks (or drives) through the Presidio

Stair walks

Farmers Markets (there is one every day somewhere in the city)

For those of you who came to my blog today looking for some exercise insight, take some advice from these fellow bloggers:

Paige from Running Around Normal knows how to fit in a quick but meaningful workout.

Julie from Peanut Butter Fingers has a great elliptical workout that wont leave you bored.

And I use this elliptical workout from the Fitnessista as my go to workout when I am not running.

2 thoughts on “A Bientot

  1. naomi sussman

    Darling daughter, you are my everything. Thank you for including me in your life. Love you always. See you in May if not, then this summer! Can’t wait to create more fun memories. Nice Shoes!

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